Opec Cuts Demand Forecasts as Slowdown Looms

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Opec has lowered its forecasts for growth in global oil demand in the second half of 2022, amid expectations of a slowdown in economic activity, new Covid-19 restrictions and uncertainties linked to the war in Ukraine.

Opec-Plus Supply , Oil Demand, Oil Forecasts
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